Responsible for a variety of aviation engineering and/or planning projects performed on behalf of our clients including performing difficult and complex engineering design tasks on multiple aviation or other similar projects and may act as a supervisor to a group of engineers and/or technical support staff.

Our aviation division is an expanding group that works on exciting projects primarily throughout the West Coast.  These projects are on a wide range of airports from small to large hub airports as well as general aviation regional airports.  We are a full-service, multi-disciplinary firm with amazing talent and resources.  We offer a fun, flexible work environment and great company culture to work within.

We bring new ways of solving old problems.  We are inventors, we ask “why not?” and challenge convention. Sound like you? Read on:

What you will be doing

  • Performing or guiding the design and technical analysis of the project(s) assigned.  Make sound decisions on technical problems and methods related to the work being performed based on established engineering principles and guidelines, and supervisory guidance.
  • Serve as project manager, defining the scope of the project, developing budget and schedule estimates, performing feasibility studies, managing staff, and providing training to younger staff.
  • Monitoring project progress status, compliance with approved scope, and informing all parties of the same.
  • Reviewing proposed changes for impact on the project design, budget or schedule.
  • Preparing reports and presentations that provide raw technical data in a concise and comprehensible manner.
  • Consult with clients, engineers within other departments, and external project team members as a representative regarding assigned projects.  Act as the point of contact for inquiries regarding the project.
  • Completes documentation of projects accurately and timely.
  • Assist to market the aviation division to select clients and assist to expand the group.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
  • 10+ years of experience performing aviation related engineering work
  • P.E. License Required

Things you should know or have

  • Prior Aviation Design Experience
  • Solid project management skills; able to critically analyze and creatively solve issues
  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to plan and direct the work of subordinates; effectively supervise, coach and train
  • Proficient with related software and tools required to complete all job duties, including Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, AviPlan, etc.

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